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After a whirlwind tour supporting top acts with arena audiences, Nell Mescal will play in the intimate surrounds of Galway’s Róisín Dubh on Thursday, December 14, at 8pm
In every province and county in Ireland, GAA grounds are cornerstones of culture and community. They are imbued with history and their terraces echo with the sounds of decades, even centuries, of spirited sporting battles.
Toshín, the dynamic six-piece led by commanding vocalist Tosin Bankole has emerged as a tour de force in the contemporary music landscape.
Polestar, the high-performance brand from Volvo, has teamed up with Ohme to become its official electric vehicle charging partner in Ireland.
“I grew up in a Galway family steeped in manual labour, so if there was a book in my hand, I’d be asked why there wasn’t a shovel in it when I was fit for digging,” says writer Conor Montague. “I’d often be thinking up a story on the way to working on a site, because if the other fellas stopped for a listen, then you’d get a quick breather from the heavy, heavy work.”
The Irish Life Science Global HQ building, located at Moydrum Business Park, was one of a number of Irish winners at the International Awards for Technical Excellence in Architecture, achieving the prize for the ‘Small to Medium’ category, at a ceremony recently held in London.
Siobhán Giollamhuire McKenna was born on May 24, 1922, a second daughter to Eoghan McKenna and Gretta O’Reilly, Nancy being her older sister. She was educated in Belfast, in Taylor’s Hill Convent and then after a year out sick with glandular fever, as a boarder in St Louis Convent, Monaghan.
Rapidly becoming one of the most talked about groups in Ireland, Bricknasty emerged from Ballymun in early 2020 as a lockdown studio project that has developed into a band of tunesters.
Fresh from releasing his latest album, renowned Dublin-born rapper and record producer Kojaque will bring his vibrant brand of hip-hop and jazz rap to Monroe’s Live on Saturday, 11 November.
It began as rebooting a failing shoe factory, became a Brit romcom movie, and then Cyndi Lauper scored it as a stage musical.